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Miami (of Ohio) overcomes fog to beat Bowling Green

By Cindy Boren

For the third time in six years, the rivalry between Miami (of Ohio) and Bowling Green has featured a broken-field run by Mother Nature.

Somewhere in the Bowling Green, Ohio, soup Wednesday night, Miami kicks a field goal to win 24-21.

Love that Ohio weather. In 2005, after the game between the teams was delayed for a few hours by the threat of severe weather, high winds and heavy rain hit. Bowling Green scored on three first-half safeties as punt snaps flew into the end zone. Gack.

The next year, Miami won the Mud Bowl, 9-7, at Bowling Green.

If you want to reminisce about fog and football, revisit the Fog Bowl, the No. 3 bad-weather game of all time.

By Cindy Boren  | November 11, 2010; 7:32 AM ET
Categories:  College football  
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